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    dots Submission Name: There Aren't Many Waysdots

    Author: Anneboleyn707
    ASL Info:    18/Female/Pennsylvania
    Elite Ratio:    3.96 - 44/84/67
    Words: 211
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    dotsThere Aren't Many Waysdots

    There aren't many ways to say
    "I love you", that I know of, in this language--
    FYI: Littered with acronyms,
    and phrases flooded with sardonic sounds.
    Oh, to be the light of the world's sweet heroine
    to a highly (e)masculated culture.
    These pervasive anthropological fallacies
    construct themselves upon a screen,
    and within each concrete fantasy,
    I build a white beacon
    for luring you back to me.
    If only the bright high would keep you safe permanently
    from the person I fight when you leave.
    I wish three words were fifteen.
    And “I love you” here
    would fill your where with such meaning,
    the terms would be all you could see;
    Revised with the pounding and disarming intensity
    of the stampede you’ve set off on soft prairie.
    It's hard not to get stepped on
    and trampled completely,
    when you're kissing the ground at the sound of the buzzer.
    It's hard not to get pushed into kissing around,
    when you'd swear any other
    would only seem half as rare;
    in the foggy pond of unaware I wade through, to reach you,
    there aren’t many ways to say
    “I love you”, that I know of.
    There aren’t many ways to live, to love you,
    that compare

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